Dundee man denies possessing knife and threatening police By Jon Brady August 30 2019, 2.05pm Updated: September 23 2021, 9.42am [[title]] [[text]] An error occurred. Please try again. [[success]] Email address Sign up A man has been remanded in custody ahead of trial after he denied possessing a knife, threatening police and resisting officers. Solicitors for Gary Hannan, 40, made no motion for bail when he appeared from custody on three charges. Hannan, of Earn Crescent, denies having a locking knife on August 23 and resisting or obstructing PCs Ranald Bowie and Kenneth Cameron on August 24. He has also denied that he acted in a threatening or abusive manner towards police on July 24. All of the offences are said to have occurred on Forth Crescent. Hannan’s trial was fixed for September 26 with a pre-trial hearing on September 12. He was remanded meantime. This article originally appeared on the Evening Telegraph website. For more information, read about our new combined website.